I tried doing a 28-Day Challenge in February and ended up being banned from Facebook in the middle of the month and I said I would try it again, so here it is…
Let’s say I’ve been really slacking the last two months and I haven’t had any motivation to work. I’m trying to hold myself accountable by stating I would throw up 30 campaigns in 30 days and see what I can make happen.
My main traffic sources this time around will be PlentyofFish, SiteScout and TrafficVance. I will mainly be doing direct linking, but I’ll have a few campaigns with landers. I’ll try to keep you all updated weekly and let you know what transpires.
I know I did this last time and I had seen great success with a few campaigns and I’m hoping that’ll happen again this time.
If you have any offer suggestions, let me know in the comments below If you do suggest an offer, I’ll provide detailed feedback on how I setup the campaign in my weekly updates.
Disclaimer: This is a crucial and often overlooked part of our business that I want to bring to other affiliates attention. I also want to state that I do not believe that any foul play is being done by TrafficVance.
I recently started advertising with TrafficVance again. I noticed you needed a new account to advertise internationally so upon signing up for a new account I took the time to read through TrafficVance’s Terms and Conditions for the first time. If you haven’t read them, please take 5 minutes out of your day and read them, specifically Section 2.4. I’ve included it below for your convenience.
2.4 License. Advertiser hereby grants to Trafficvance a non-exclusive, license fee-free and royalty-free, worldwide license to use, store, reproduce, distribute, create derivative works of, publicly perform, publicly display and digitally perform all of Advertiser’s Advertisements (including all Content) for purposes of performing its obligations under this Agreement and for related promotional and business purposes.
As I stated previously, I don’t believe that TrafficVance is doing anything shady in relation to this or there would have been numerous complaints and accusations by affiliates already. I just felt like this was the perfect example to bring to light why we, as affiliates, should read the Terms and Conditions at any place we agree to do business with. This especially includes, but isn’t limited to ad networks and affiliate networks.